The report ranked Pakistan 128th this year out of 166 countries assessed, whereas the country occupied
Energy policies pursued have been devoid of any vision and understanding of the population’s needs, says The Knowledge Forum director.
A recent amendment in the Elections Act 2017 has created a significant loophole that allows a candidate to claim that the spending was made by 'someone' without his consent.
The National Steel Complex Limited, initially given the go-ahead for operations in 2013, is finally poised for revival.
The whole cycle of election under the caretaker set-up needs to be readjusted to realise the dividends of technological
The business community views the new interim setup with some hope and some trepidation
Some experts consider the current depression a natural outcome of overenthusiasm/activism and not necessarily alarming.
The visible spike in investor confidence at this point is puzzling, considering the economic challenges and terrorist threats the country is facing.
Perpetually rising cost of living in the UK makes it hard for skilled doctors, IT professionals and others to survive in a competitive job market.
The financial transparency of the election business is crucial to improve the quality of democracy.
Do such schemes fit in the monetary policy tools kit of the central bank or fall in the ambit of fiscal policy, spelt by the finance ministry?
PBC CEO says wholesalers, retailers and undocumented real estate sector spared taxes due to political reasons.
Pakistanis stretched their budgets to capacity to partake in the revered Muslim festival, ignoring depressing factors.
Stakeholders weigh in on whether the allocated amount for the Election Commission is sufficient to ensure transparency.
Murad Ali Shah did not even attempt to broaden the provincial tax net.
A sizeable percentage of average Pakistani families can end up liquidating assets or sinking deeper into debt during the year ahead.
Pakistan’s ruling coalition may try to play the budget to regain the lost political capital
Representatives of different segments tell sad tales of mounting difficulties in sustaining families and enterprises in a shrinking economy.
There is a strong possibility of business lobbies' involvement and underworld actors financing candidates to gain access to power corridors.
Businesses can adjust in tough circumstances but abhor uncertainty, says tycoon Arif Habib.